[nggallery id=320] Nica Libre Potencia Churchill Extra Cigar Review This 7×52 cigar sports an oily velvet dark brown sungrown wrapper with a slight red hue, triple cap, minimal veins, smooth tight seams and rich sweet earth aroma. First light reveals
El Primer Mundo Rosado Oscuro Perfecto Cigar Reviewby Bryan Glynn, April 23, 2011
[nggallery id=305] El Primer Mundo Rosado Oscuro Perfecto Cigar Review This 6×54 stick features a perfecto shape – like a torpedo at both ends. It’s definitely hand made, with slightly uneven construction in the roll although the pack feels firm and even. It has a good heft in the hand, … Continue reading →
[nggallery id=143] Cienfuegos Engine #5 Cigar Review This 5×50 robusto size maduro stick offers a mottled wrapper with good smooth seams and small veins. Draw was loose but controllable with no construction issues. The ash was fairly toothy and held on for 1″ at a time before falling in chunks. … Continue reading →
[nggallery id=116] Piano Fuerte Bravo Toro Cigar Review This 6×52 stick offered a dark, toothy, oily wrapper with a firm satin feel and sweet tobacco aroma. Overall body was medium, with the first half being a little lighter. Smoke was a bit light till the 1/2 way point at which … Continue reading →
[nggallery id=64] This 6.5×52 torpedo stick came in a light tan slightly bumpy wrapper, but with no construction issues. Burn and draw were both excellent, having no issues and the perfect amount of resistance for copious amounts of rich smoke. Body proved to be mild-medium with flavors of wood, leather, … Continue reading →
[nggallery id=57] This 5×60 stick offered a medium body smoke, with tastes of creamy smooth nuts and wood with touches of oil on the lips and a fairly strong pepper kick that came on during the short finish, intensifying near the end. Burn was flawless, draw was very good, no … Continue reading →
Indian Tabac Super Fuerte Maduro Toro Cigar Reviewby Bryan Glynn, June 5, 2009
[nggallery id=47] This 6×52 dark, oily stick gave medium-full bodied flavors of cocoa, tobacco, nuts and a slight pepper heat on the finish. Unfortunately it did have some construction issues. Draw was excellent, with just the right amount of resistance for easy control. Available as a cosmetic factory second called … Continue reading →
Romeo y Julieta Reserva Real Belicoso Cigar Reviewby Bryan Glynn, May 22, 2009
A very nice blend of slight pepper, leather, touches of caramel and sweet woody flavors. The finish is short on the first half, growing longer to the band. The burn was excellent, the draw very good on the loose side – no construction issues. A very enjoyable mild-medium 6.1×52 smoke … Continue reading →
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